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Dr Oliver Ray

Dr Oliver Ray

Dr Oliver Ray

Lecturer

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Summary

My research involves the development of relational machine learning methods and their application to software engineering, juris-informatics, and the automation of scientific inference through the integration of abductive and inductive reasoning. Specific interests include the application of inductive logic programming to energy-aware compiler tuning and interactive cyber-security, the use of non-monotonic action theories in requirements engineering and language acquisition, the automation of scientific method in social insect behaviour and yeast biology, and computational analysis of UK case law. I am a member of the Intelligent Systems research group and the Interactive AI centre for doctoral training.

Keywords

  • Systems Biology
  • Requirements Engineering

Expertise

I am a member of the Intelligent Systems research group. I am interested in the integration of abductive and inductive inference with application to Systems Biology; the non-monotonic induction of action theories with application to Requirements Engineering; the formalisation and automation of scientific method; and finally, exabyte informatics.

  • integration of abductive inference with application to systems biology
  • non-monotonic induction of action theories with application to requirements engineering
  • formalisation and automation of scientific method
  • exabyte informatics
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    Department of Computer Science

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